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What Happened With Korryn Gaines is None of My Business

The actor Will Smith recently said “Racism isn’t getting worse, its getting filmed.” In the past couple of years, there have been some cases of police killing unarmed (or armed and not hostile) black citizens. Most people who I talk to—black and otherwise, don’t know that the history of modern …

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Homosexual Pastor Attempted to Frame Whole Foods With “Cake Slur”

Sometimes you type out a headline and have to make sure you’re not accidentally writing a satire piece.  So far, the trend has been homosexuals suing Christian bakers for refusing to bake them a cake, but in a bewildering incident of role reversal, a homosexual pastor from Austin, Texas tried to sue Whole Foods …

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Japan Hopes to Open 2020 Olympics With Multi-Million Dollar Man-Made Meteor Shower

Perhaps the most interesting Olympic game is the one played before any athlete has even had the chance to break a sweat.  The opening ceremony has quickly become a perpetual opportunity for the host country to outdo every other host country before them with the most over-the-top display imaginable. The …

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Former Facebook “Curators” Allege News Topics were Blocked from Trending

The social media rumor mill seems to continually cycle the idea that Facebook intentionally blocks certain content at the behest of politically correct internal leadership.  Of course it has also been known to suggest that Mark Zuckerburg is a 33rd degree Mason, member of the Illuminati, or perhaps the Antichrist …

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Boxer Manny Pacquiao Has ‘No Fear’ After Islamic Group Plotted His Kidnapping

The president of the Philippines made a shocking public announcement that a local Radical Islamic group by the name of Abu Sayyaf had plans to kidnap boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao and one of his children.  It was a shocking announcement for Pacquiao since the president chose to tell the media before him. …

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Judge Sentences War Veteran to 24 Hours in Jail & Serves it With Him

Judge Lou Olivera is a Gulf War Veteran himself, so when war veteran Sgt. Joseph Serna appeared before him and admitted to lying about a previous urine test, he saw an opportunity for compassion. Serna suffers from a severe case of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and as a result, has become an …

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Innocent Man Befriends the Cop Who Framed and Sent Him to Prison

Jameel McGee spent four years in prison for a crime he didn’t commit. The year was 2005 in Benton Harbor, Michigan—Jameel  was going about his day as usual when out of the blue, he was accused and arrested for dealing drugs. When Jameel tried to deny his guilt, of course, …

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A Massive Data Leak Has Exposed How the Rich Hide Money

An incredibly massive data leak has occurred which includes 11.5 million documents, at 2.6 terabytes of information, spanning from 1977-2015.  That roughly equates to being 100 times the size of the now famous Wikileaks. What’s even more interesting is the nature of the info, as it seeks to expose how …

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NFL Quarterback Jameis Winston Gets Baptized at Retreat

Jameis Winston just completed his NFL rookie season as the number one overall pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  As a Florida State Seminole, he won a Heisman trophy and a national championship, but was also in the media’s eye for off-the-field incidents including shoplifting and an alleged sexual assault. Despite his …

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Atheist Richard Dawkins Suffers a Stroke, Cancels Tour

According to the Guardian, 74-year-old famed atheist and author of The God Delusion, Richard Dawkins suffered a “minor stroke” last Saturday. He is recovering at home in the UK but the setback has forced him to cancel his tours of Australia and New Zealand. Many believers are offering their prayers while …

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